Meaning of inductee in English:

inductee

Pronunciation /ˌɪndʌkˈtiː/

Translate inductee into Spanish

noun

See induct

‘Looking at the list of inductees, it is telling to note that record label support (major label support in the vast majority of cases) is almost the rule.’
  • ‘The five inductees in the performer category were the top vote-getters among 15 nominees on this year's ballot.’
  • ‘I wore one from 18-22; I left it out on my first day at work only to find that one of my fellow inductees also had one’
  • ‘I didn't think too much of it until our Rescue Officer had us all stay back in the meeting room after the new inductees and the rest of management had left.’
  • ‘The 17-member volunteer board of directors makes the selection of inductees each year during a special board meeting the first week of May.’